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New Orleans Based Internet Marketing Is Helping Small Businesses Get a Chance to Shine On the Web
Date:12/17/2009

Effective, low-cost service gets businesses listed on search engines like Google Local and in front of their local customers by establishing a simple and affordable Web presence with SEO Local Registration service offered by New Orleans based Webtyde Internet Marketing.

New Orleans, LA (PRWEB) December 17, 2009 -- In order to be competitive locally and nationally, businesses must have a Web presence.    Be it a website or a listing on a local map section in a major search engine, a business must be on the Internet in some way to gain market share and stay competitive. Many small business owners have asked, “How is this possible on a shoestring budget?” The answer is that it is possible to establish an inexpensive, competitive presence on the Web for as little as $200.

SPECIAL: $200 for SEO Local Registration

Webtyde Internet Marketing is offering all new clients a special introductory price of $200 for hassle-free SEO Local Registration service. The cost effective SEO Local Registration service submits a business with embedded targeted keywords to the major search engines in a local geographic area. This will get a business listed higher on Google, Bing, and Yahoo so people can find a company when they are searching for the product or service you provide.

Let’s say a tourist in a certain area is looking for a coffee shop. If your coffee shop is registered locally with an optimized listing, your business will be listed in the search results when they search for your term “coffee shop in [your area” and they will head on over to your shop for a delicious cappuccino. If the business were not registered, chances are they won’t be seen. This service is for businesses that currently have or have yet to develop a website.

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